Building on the introductory session on knowledge and technology transfer presented earlier in the program, this module will guide you through the basic processes of knowledge and transfer processes, providing insights into patenting, licensing and general IP regulations, and tips and tricks on negotiation of successful deals.
Session facilitated by Dr. Özgür Öztürk
Dr. Özgür Öztürk teaches courses on intellectual property law and protection of technological innovations for graduate and undergraduate students at İstanbul Technical University. He is a graduate of University of Ankara Law School, completed his LLM degree at Golden Gate University School of Law and was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington Law School in Seattle.
Dr. Öztürk forms part of the counsel in an Istanbul IP Law firm focusing on patent law and licensing agreements.
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The following sources are designated as recommended reading for this module:
- D'Este, P. & Perkmann, M. 2011. Why do academics engage with industry? The entrepreneurial university and individual motivations. Journal of Technology Transfer, 36(3): 316-339. Download here.
- Davey, T., Meerman, A., Galán-Muros, V., Orazbayeva, B., Baaken, T. (2018) The State of University-Business Cooperation in Europe. Belgium. European Commission, DG Education & Culture. ISBN: 978-92-79-80971-2. Download here.
- Perkmann M, Salandra R, Tartari V, McKelvey M, Hughes Aet al., 2021, Academic engagement: A review of the literature 2011-2019, Research Policy, Vol: 50, Pages: 104114-104114, ISSN: 0048-7333. Download here.Perkmann, M., & Salter, A. (2012). How to Create Productive Partnerships With How to Create Productive Partnerships With Universities. MIT Sloan Management Review, 53(53417). Download here.
- Edmondson, G. (2012). Making industry-university partnerships work. Science/Business Innovation Board AISB. Download here.
- Ploykitikoon, P., & Daim, T. U. (2010). Technology transfer strategy: Review of successful research centres in the USA and Taiwan. International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, 10(3), 227-238.